You have been assigned an opinion below. Read the opinion and answer the following questions thoroughly. Focus primarily on the age discrimination aspects of the case and much less on the procedural elements, such as summary judgment. You MUST use your own words. You may not cut and paste from the opinion. As such, you must be sure that you understand the opinion. If I can answer questions, please let me know.
- What are the facts of the case? What transpired to bring the plaintiff to court?
- What was the specific question before the court? In each of these cases, the court considers the overall application of the ADEA but more specifically, they focus on one or two specific aspects. Your answer should highlight those specifics.
- What did the court decide?
- What was the court’s reasoning? The court will explain the bases for its’ decision. You must discuss the court’s analysis.
ritish Commander-in-Chief in France and Flanders, 2nd Dispatch”, 2). The British adopted a policy called Pal’s Battalions, which had men serve with their friends and family from home. The objective was to make the men braver when they were ordered up-over-the-top of the trenches as they marched into death at No Man’s Land, but this strategy proved very deadly. In contrast, Germany had a large army and a significant reserve of officers and trained soldiers of which they relied upon to continuously supply the trench lines. Advances in technology such as the tank, Dreadnaughts, and Fokker Eindekker airplanes allowed for the war to escalate even further and cause more destruction of land, resources, and life than previously ever conceived. The Battle of the Somme was a large Allied offensive that embodied elaborate battle preparations and military strategies. The original plan for the battle was to attack the Central Powers on three fronts, with Great Britain and France attacking in the West, Russia attacking in the East, and Italy attacking in the South. However, because of the Battle of Verdun, the Battle of the Somme became a predominantly British initiative with French assistance. In order to prepare for the Battle of Somme, the Allies accumulated immense stores of ammunition, improved roads for travel, created numerous wells for water sources, dug shelters for troops, and tunneled miles of trenches to allow for effective communication (“Sir Douglas Haig, British Commander-in-Chief of France and Flanders, 2nd Dispatch”, 2). The Allies planned to launch this major offensive against the Germans along the Somme River in France for three reasons as explained by Sir Douglas Haig, “To relieve the pressure on Verdun, to assist our Allies in other theaters of war by stopping any further transfer of German troops from the Western Front, and to wear down the strength of the forc>GET ANSWER